Adolescent education & awareness

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A Presentation for the School Teens for the awreness of Sex & behaviour in the adoloscent period of the life

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Adolescent education & awareness

  1. 1. ADOLESCENT EDUCATION FOR SCHOOL TEENS DR. AVINASH BHONDWE Past PRESIDENT, Rotary Club of Pune, Shaniwarwada Indian Medical Association, Pune
  2. 2. Adolescent Education Problems  Curiosity  Lack of Knowledge  No Official Source  Can’t Ask Teachers/ Parents  Misguided by Literature/ Cinema/Media/Web Aspects
  3. 3. ORIGIN of Life
  4. 4. LIFE & BODY CHANGES AS AGE INCREASES
  5. 5. Secondary Sexual Characters  MALE 1. Mustaches & 2. Beard 3. Broad Chest 4. Hoarse Voice 5. Muscles 6. Pubic Hair
  6. 6. Secondary Sexual Characters  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. FEMALE Tender Skin Thin Voice Breast Development Pubic Hair Menstruation
  7. 7. HUMAN MALE ANATOMY
  8. 8. HUMAN FEMALE ANATOMY
  9. 9. COMPARISION FEMALE MALE
  10. 10. CHILD BEARING: A FETUS IN A WOMB
  11. 11. OPPOSITE SEX       Your Reaction Respect Friendship Security & Protection Equality New World
  12. 12. Social Obligations      Culture- Respect Opposite Sex Social- No body is Superior Psychological- No Barrier Economy National Issues- 1. HIV 2. Female Foeticide
  13. 13. Parents, Elders & Teens FOUR TYPES OF ELDERS 1. PEERS 2. PARENTS,RELATIVES 3. TEACHERS 4. STRANGERS
  14. 14. PEERS Your Seniors & Colleagues Problems  Peer Pressure  Habits  Disobedience  Adventure  Rash Behaviour  Wrong Concepts
  15. 15. PARENTS & RELATIVES
  16. 16. STRANGERS
  17. 17. Parents, Elders & Teens 1. Open communication 2. Learn from the their Experience & Guidance 3. The need to feel heard- both ways 4. The desire for their family life to be a safe 5. To learn and test healthy limits 6. To find unconditional acceptance
  18. 18. Parents, Teens and Sexuality .       Information Example Experience Attitude Rules & Consequences Grace
  19. 19. TEENS Expect from Parents  Express concern, but not criticism.  Stay interested, but respect their privacy.  Be alert to their sensitivities, without joking or teasing.  Look for positive ways to solve a problem and not dwell on the negative.  Catch them doing something right.  Be available, without hovering over them.  Show their love, even if teens don’t seem to care.
  20. 20. CONCERNS of PARENTS  A condom falls out of your son’s jacket pocket  Sexual exploration with another child of opposite sex  Discover a magazine with pictures of naked women  Discovering that the child is visiting pornographic       sites on the Internet Notice a ward is touching their genitals a lot Touching sexual parts of adults Child loves to take their clothes off Child and talking about sexual topics Boyfriends & Girlfriends Career & Education
  21. 21. Ideal Relations Parents & Elders Ideal Relations  Friend & Philosopher  Guide & Coach  Knowledge  Support  Respect  Expressing the Differences with Maturity  Ideals & Idols
  22. 22. An intellectual is a person who's found one thing that's more interesting than sex. ALDOUS HUXLEY

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